Medication can be injected into the knee in order to tackle pain and other symptoms. Different kinds of medication can be injected, depending on the needs of the patient. One of the most common choices is corticosteroid injections.
Corticosteroids can relieve pain and reduce inflammation in the joint. Other treatments that may be recommended can add extra fluid to lubricate the joint or remove excess fluid in order to reduce swelling. The type of medication that is being used and the effects on your body will be explained before you are given a knee injection.
If you would like to learn more about non-operative treatments or the surgical options for knee treatment, get in touch to arrange a consultation with Mr Matt Dawson at the Cumbrian Knee Clinic. As an experienced specialist, he can advise you on the best approach to treating your knee pain and improving your mobility.
Matt Dawson is a Specialist Knee Surgeon with over 16 years Consultant experience. Matt is internationally renowned as one of the leading authorities on knee realignment surgery
Specialist Knee Surgeon
Over 16 years Consultant experience
Patient Centric Approach
Enhanced Recovery Programme (ERP)
Leading in Knee Realignment Surgery
Newcastle upon Tyne,
Tyne and Wear, NE2 1JP
Phone: 0191 281 6131